Drug-Resistant Bacteria Found In The Guts Of Lemurs Who Live Around Humans

In a new study appearing August 9 in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, the DMC’s Christine Drea and graduate student Sally Bornbusch have found evidence for antibiotic resistance in the microbiome of lemurs living close to humans. And the closer the contact, the more antibiotic resistance they found. Read more here.

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